Can a Smart Thermostat Lower your Heating Bill?

Tuesday, March 17th, 2020

Using a smart thermostat can be a great way to save money, especially for those who have a programmable thermostat but have never set it up. It watches when you and your family are home, away, and asleep. It uses this information to automatically set a schedule for your furnace and air conditioner. Here’s more info about smart thermostats and the ways they can save you money:

How a Smart Thermostat Works

A smart thermostat sets your ...
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How Often Should I Have My Heat Pump Serviced?

Thursday, February 20th, 2020

Despite its name, a heat pump can be used throughout the year to both heat and cool a home. Therefore, it is important that you maintain this product throughout the year to ensure that it remains in good condition.

Schedule a Service Appointment Every Six Months

Ideally, you will schedule a service appointment during the spring and again during the fall. The spring inspection can help to ensure that it does an efficient job of cooling ...
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What is Geothermal Heating

Monday, February 10th, 2020

If you’re intrigued by the idea of cutting down on your use of fossil fuels, you’ll like hearing more about geothermal heating. The entire premise behind this method of heating, which is quickly gaining popularity, is to take advantage of the earth’s natural heat. David White Services can install a system for you that transfers this natural heat to your home.

The Specifics

While each home may have a slightly different configuration, the industry uses a ground ...
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How to Measure Indoor Air Pollution

Saturday, January 18th, 2020

If your family members seem to be coming down with more respiratory complaints than usual, the culprit could be poor air quality inside your home. Indoor air pollution is also associated with eye irritation, headaches, and general fatigue. You can find out for sure whether the air inside your home is polluted by having your HVAC provider test for the presence of mold, radon and other contaminants.

Testing for Contaminants

A persistent musty smell inside your basement, ...
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What Are the Different Types of Furnaces?

Sunday, January 5th, 2020

Most Ohio homes utilize a furnace for indoor heating. In addition to being highly efficient, furnaces also generate relatively little noise and have a long life span. Furnaces also offer flexibility when constructing or remodeling a home no matter the style of construction. We service every type of furnace in homes in Athens, Lancaster, and surrounding areas. Our menu of furnace services include:

Furnace inspection Maintenance Repair Replacement New installations Gas Furnaces

The gas furnace is the most common type of furnace. ...
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5 Common Boiler Problems

Thursday, December 19th, 2019

Your boiler may stop functioning correctly, and when this happens, there can be a couple of reasons why. Some of these issues you can fix yourself while others need the attention of a professional.

1. Your Boiler Stops Working

If your boiler stops working, the first thing to check is that its circuit breaker hasn’t been switched. You should next check the pressure gauge on the boiler. This should never drop below 1. If it has, you ...
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Gas vs Electric Furnaces

Tuesday, December 10th, 2019

You’ve probably heard that electric furnaces are safer than gas furnaces, but are they really the best choice for your home? Any quality furnace you buy and have correctly installed is safe when you follow maintenance and safety guidelines. Below, we have compared gas and electric furnaces based on cost, effectiveness, safety and noise to help you make the right decision for your residence.


Although gas furnaces are more expensive to buy than electric furnaces, they ...
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5 Signs You Need a Furnace Replacement

Tuesday, November 19th, 2019

There are different ways you can heat your home, but a furnace is the most beneficial and effective method. Proper maintenance ensures your furnace lasts for many years, but they don’t last forever. Here are five signs that you need a furnace replacement.

1. Increased Electric Bill

There are multiple reasons your electric bill will increase, but proper maintenance of air ducts and investing in energy-efficient items, such as windows and appliances, should keep your electric expenses ...
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Are Furnace Tune-Ups Necessary?

Saturday, November 9th, 2019

After your furnace sits dormant throughout the entire warm season, are you confident it will switch on and start heating your home once the cold weather hits? It’s very likely that your furnace will indeed switch on when it’s finally needed. But after so much downtime, it’s beneficial to have a licensed furnace technician provide any needed maintenance. Furnace tune-ups might seem like an unnecessary cost, but it’s anything but. This meager investment will save ...
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Why is My Heat Pump So Loud?

Monday, October 21st, 2019

When equipment becomes noisy, it’s normal to assume that something is wrong. However, you may hear strange noises from your heat pump even if it’s in top condition. This problem tends to get worse during the winter months.

Some Sounds Should Be Expected

Before you become too alarmed, we should mention your heat pump’s defrosting mode. Since heat pumps have both heating and cooling capabilities, they utilize refrigerant, and there’s a valve that reverses the flow between ...
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